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Black Jack Justice episodes 1 - 6




Hard-boiled detective audio dramas from Decoder Ring Theatre. All-new, full-cast mysteries in the tradition of the golden age of radio, film noir and pulp magazines. Follow Jack Justice, P.I. and his partner Trixie Dixon, Girl Detective in one hair-raising mystery after another. The series continues as part of Decoder Ring Theatre's audio drama podcasts, with new episodes available for download every second Saturday at www.decoderringtheatre.com


Reviews

Reviewer: SgLoudon - - January 26, 2015
Subject: In the tradition of the 40's hard boiled detective, very well done.
There was Nick Carter, Richard Diamond and Rocky Fortune now there's Black Jack Justice and Trixie Dixon girl detective ( Think Candy Matson YUkon2-8209 ). Creater Gregg Taylor ( Red Panda fame) has captured the feel of old time radio with modern sound and production values. This fit closest to the Nick Carter Master detective form than any of the others. Although Trixie is closer in form to Candy Matson and not Nick's office manager, girl friday Patsy. Takes place in Canada. Hats off to Chis Mott (Jack) and Andrea lyons (Trixie) both do an incredible job of capturing the characters and feel of the hard boiled detectives of the 40's.
Reviewer: C.S.Cameron - - December 18, 2014
Subject: Hard Boiled
Yeah, two hard boiled detectives, one just a little more hard boiled, (and female), than the other.
Luckily you haven't heard all of the episodes, the series is now in season 10 and still going.
http://decoderringtheatre.com/shows/black-jack-justice/
Reviewer: solidgranite - - May 22, 2008
Subject: Excellent Series!
I've heard all of the Black Jack Justice episodes, and have enjoyed them thoroughly. The dialogue between Jack and Trixie is ascerbic and biting, and incredibly well timed. Congrats to the author and producer of this highly entertaining series!
Reviewer: Theep - - January 14, 2008
Subject: Great Show
Black Jack Justice is the story of two hard boiled detectives working on solving crimes with humorous banter. It is done in the style of an old radio program. The voice acting is outstanding and the dialog is witty and brisk.
Reviewer: dextermoe - - August 1, 2007
Subject: Decoder Ring Rocks
I anxiously await each new episode of Decoder Ring Theater, both Black Jack Justice and the Red Panda. Black Jack Justice is a contemporary homage to old time radio detective shows. Give it a try, you won't regret it.
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